Awards

Whizz Education nominated for three Education Resource Awards

Education partner, Whizz Education, has been nominated for three Education Resource Awards, including Supplier of the year, Special Education Resource and Collaboration with a School. The Education Resources Awards, organised by Brilliant Marketing Solutions and the British Educational Suppliers Association (BESA), highlight the quality and diversity of educational products and resources, excellent educational establishments …

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Schoolgirls in line to be crowned the country’s most promising new business brains

Schoolgirls from across Scotland are in line to be crowned the country’s most promising new business brains. The finals of the Growing Future Assets Investment Competition, which nurtures the next generation of female investment experts, will be held in March, when a total of eight teams compete for the top …

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Whizz Education nominated for two Bett Awards

Whizz Education has been nominated for two Bett Awards:  for Class Aid or Education Support, and Primary Digital Learning Product – Numeracy & Maths. Emma Ringe, Schools Director, Whizz Education explains:  “Whizz Education has more than 15 years’ experience partnering with schools to improve learning outcomes in maths.  We adapt …

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Celebrating 30 years of inspiring young engineers: applications open for esteemed engineering scholarship programme

The search is on for the next generation of engineering talent, with applications now open for students to apply to the highly respected Arkwright Engineering Scholarship programme. The fully sponsored Scholarship, part of children’s education charity, The Smallpeice Trust, aims to widen access and provide young people from all backgrounds …

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Forest Hill School becomes only school in London to win prestigious LGBTQ+ award

Forest Hill School has achieved the Stonewall School Champion Gold award. Currently the only school in London with Stonewall Gold status under the revised programme – and one of only two secondary schools in the country – the award gives recognition to schools tackling homophobic, biphobic and transphobic bullying, and …

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